Who should I call?

If you have an emergency or see a crime in progress, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.

In an emergency, seconds count. When police, fire or medical emergencies occur, call 9‑1‑1. An emergency is any situation where people or property are at risk. Trained Emergency Services call takers will provide you with the information and assistance you need.

When calling 9‑1‑1, the call taker can access a translation service if needed. It is helpful, but not necessary, to be able to state the language required to the call taker in English. This will assist the call taker in connecting to the most appropriate translator.

For more information, please visit toronto.ca/community-people/public-safety-alerts


For police non-emergency calls for service, please call 416-808-2222. 

If you require police assistance but are not in an emergency situation (e.g., reporting thefts, vandalism, fraud, etc.) or for other situations where no person or property is in immediate danger, please call the non-emergency telephone number 416-808-2222.

To report a crime online, please visit torontopolice.on.ca/core. To report anonymously, please call Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477), visit 222tips.com, leave a tip on the Toronto Police Service Leave a Tip page on Facebook, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).

For more information, please visit torontopolice.on.ca/contact.php


Contacting 22 Division Officers

For local non-emergency policing issues in 22 Division, or to connect with a Community Response Unit officer in your neighbourhood, please call the 22 Division Community Response Office at 416-808-2219.

To speak with one of the Neighbourhood Officers in 22 Division, please refer to our Neighbourhood Officers page.

To discuss issues related to high schools in 22 Division, please refer to our School Engagement Team page.

To discuss issues related to crime prevention in 22 Division, please refer to our Crime Prevention Officers page.

To discuss issues related to traffic in 22 Division, please refer to our Divisional Traffic Unit page.

For more information, please visit torontopolice.on.ca/d22/neighbourhoods.php